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India’s Chandrayaan-2 Spacecraft Launches for the Moon

a's GSLV MkIII-M1 rocket on the launch platform before the launch in India. (Credit: ISRO) The Indian Space Research Organization’s (ISRO) second moon mission, Chandrayaan-2, launched successfully into Earth orbit on July 22 after a week long...
Topics: Spacecrafts, Moon, Space

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What gives meteorites their shape? New research uncovers a 'Goldilocks' answer

Meteoroids coming from outer space are randomly shaped, but many of these, which land on earth as meteorites, are found to be carved into cones. Scientists have now figured out how the physics of flight in the atmosphere leads to this transformation.
Topics: Meteorites, Physics

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Trio of astronauts safely arrive at the International Space Station

A trio of international space travelers successfully arrived at the International Space Station over the weekend. The arrival of the new crew members brings the current tally of ISS inhabitants back up to six, meaning that the full crew of...
Topics: Astronaut, International Space Station, Space

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Watch: Scientists Spot See-Through ‘Piglet Squid’ in Pacific Ocean

A piglet squid was spotted by scientists on the E/V Nautilus expedition exploring the deep-sea waters off the coast of remote Pacific territories. (Photo Credit: Nautilus Live) Marine scientists exploring the deep waters off the coast...
Topics: Science Photos

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NASA legendary flight director Chris Kraft has died at 95 - CNET

Kraft was a key figure in establishing Mission Control, paving the way for NASA's first missions to the moon.
Topics: NASA, Space, Moon

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Revealed: Milky Way's shocking cannibalistic dark past – it gobbled a whole dwarf eons ago

Uh-oh, the more sizeable opponent Andromeda is next The Milky Way was formed after it engulfed a dwarf galaxy known as Gaia-Enceledus 10 billion years ago, astroboffins have suggested.…
Topics: Milky Way, Space, Galaxies

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Flyboard Air inventor plans daring 20-mile flight over English Channel this week

Franky Zapata is planning to fly his jet-powered hoverboard across the English Channel later this week. The 20-mile trip is a big challenge, though, with the Flyboard Air inventor admitting he only has a 30% chance of succeeding.

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Astronomers make first calculations of magnetic activity in 'hot Jupiter' exoplanets

Signals from star-planet interactions tell of strong magnetic fields in 'hot Jupiters'.
Topics: Space, Jupiter, Exoplanets

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Overwatch's latest hero is Sigma, an astrophysicist who harnesses the power of gravity - CNET

Blizzard reveals the 31st hero to join the Overwatch ranks.
Topics: Astrophysics

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Imaging the Chemical Structure of Individual Molecules, Atom by Atom

An imaging guide that Brookhaven and ExxonMobil scientists made to identify petroleum contaminants could lead to cleaner, more efficient fuels.

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Cosmic pearls: Fossil clams in Florida contain evidence of ancient meteorite

Researchers picking through the contents of fossil clams from a Sarasota County quarry found dozens of tiny glass beads, likely the calling cards of an ancient meteorite.
Topics: Fossils, Paleontology, Meteorites

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August's SLAS Technology Issue Now Available

The August edition of SLAS Technology features the cover article, "Technologies for the Directed Evolution of Cell Therapies," a review featured in the journal's March 2019 edition. The research, led by Dino Di Carlo, Ph.D., (University of...

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Elon Musk Says SpaceX Will Boost the Power of Its Huge Super Heavy Rocket

SpaceX's Mars-colonizing rocket will be even more powerful than we had thought.
Topics: SpaceX, Space, Mars

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Fact Check: China ‘Claims’ Massive Breakthrough in Stealth Technology

David Axe Security, Here's why.  Chinese scientists claim they have developed a new kind of material for making aircraft less detectable by radar. But the development probably is not the breakthrough that some observers claim it is. Prof. Luo...

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The Great Ocean Divide

More than two million square kilometers are being carved up, leaving little for the rest of the world -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Shimadzu's Next-Generation Clinical Laboratory Automation Module Fully Automates Processes from...

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments (SSI) announces the release of the Clinical Laboratory Automation Module (CLAM-2030), a fully integrated sample pretreatment module for LCMS biological analysis. This innovation in automation improves laboratory...

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Tracking smoke from fires to improve air quality forecasting

NASA's DC-8 flying laboratory took to the skies on Monday to kick off a two-month investigation into the life cycles of smoke from fires in the United States. The goal is to better understand smoke impact on weather and climate and provide...
Topics: NASA, Space

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Boeing and Muilenburg: Turbulence Ahead

This article was first published by MyWallSt.All air travel puns aside, there are very few people who haven't heard at least something about the world's largest aircraft manufacturer's problems in the past year.Some folks have no issues with...
Topics: Boeing

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Mysterious, 500-Year-Old Shipwreck Found in Baltic Sea Is ‘Astonishingly Preserved’

Photogrammetric model of the stern of the mysterious, unknown shipwreck found in the Baltic seabed. (Credit: Deep Sea Productions / MMT) A team of scientists has revealed the remains of an intact and astonishingly preserved...

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Silicon LED created by buzzing surface with high-speed electrons 

Enlarge / If only controlling electron behavior was as easy as building atom illustrations out of children's toys... (credit: Japatino / Getty Images) A long time ago, in a place not so far away, I used to believe that future lasers and optics...
Topics: Electrons, Laser

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